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post #20401 of 47758
2 weeks out of the gym, life is sucking pretty bad. shoulder feels about 90% today so depending on how i feel i may go for it tomorrow. although i've lost some size, im surprised with how much i've kept on considering my diet has more or less been a crapshoot. probably gonna be super weak though

charly WTF did you post that powerlifter dying vid on IA for. can't un-see frown.gif poor bastard frown.gif
post #20402 of 47758
This thing seems too good to be true but true:

http://medgadget.com/2012/08/stanford-cooling-glove-more-dope-than-steroids-video.html
post #20403 of 47758
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Originally Posted by jarude View Post

charly WTF did you post that powerlifter dying vid on IA for. can't un-see frown.gif poor bastard frown.gif


Link?

post #20404 of 47758
you morbid son of a gun, go search it on ia if you really want to watch somebody die while benching

i swear i am never benching outside of a rack again. jeez.
post #20405 of 47758
When I did barbell bench press for the first time in a few months and was warming up I dropped 60kg on my chest right after unracking it, felt bad man. You can see his ribs just get crushed in the video, don't know how he got up afterwards (Yes I stalked you on IA chariy)


Also, when I get back from NJ Ill only be able to lift 3 days a week for a few weeks before i go to uni. Days will also be wednesday, saturday, sunday so not really ideal. Hows this sound for a program


wednesday
Squat
bench assistance

saturday
squat
bench

sunday
squat
squat assistance

sundays squats will be higher volume with lighter weight, other 2 days will be max effort. Bench assistance is pull ups, tricep work and light shoulder work. Squat assistance work is heavy abs, hamstring work, unilateral work.
post #20406 of 47758
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post

Not losing doesn't necessarily mean you've crashed. If you're tired all the time, super lazy/lethargic, unmotivated, etc. then you would want to think about a refeed.

What is refeed? I'm tired, lethargic, and unmotivated all the time! I also have wildly inconsistent food and sleep patterns.
post #20407 of 47758

^+1 this my metabolism probably crashed 14 years ago thats about how long i've been tired, lethargic and unmotivated.   God I miss adderall. They gave me this new shit called strattera, and yeah it helps me concentrate, but without any of the fun stuff, I just wanna get twacked out.  Fuck Concentration.  Plus I'm on two CNS depressants so that could be some of the lethargy.  Seroquel xr 150ml and Ambien 10mg

 

 

I dunno if you guys use a ton of supplements but I found this wholesaler that sells crazy shit in bulk everything from creatine, ketones, stevia, melatonin and a looooong list of shit I can't comprehend for decent prices, without filler.  IN essence you could just concoct your own pre work out drink. 

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aag/main?ie=UTF8&asin=&isAmazonFulfilled=&isCBA=&marketplaceID=ATVPDKIKX0DER&seller=A1R8BPKCGFV3BP


Edited by smashwindow - 9/5/12 at 9:59pm
post #20408 of 47758
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by mrchariybrown View Post

Is that pull a type of deadlift you do for oly lifting? I only ask because your hips rise way too fast in relation to the bar.
It's my opinion but your metabolism might be crashed (or crashing). Calories seem really low. But that's just my take on it.

uhoh.gif so how do I get that back
post #20409 of 47758
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by TintoTerra View Post

Does anyone on here work as a personal trainer? I'm thinking of getting. Certification. It there's so many options I'm not sure what would be best.

I majored in exercise science and hold (held) an NSCA-CPT and NSCA-CSCS. The CSCS is probably the highest one for training, consider one of the olympic certs as well to round it off.
post #20410 of 47758
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Originally Posted by jarude View Post

you morbid son of a gun, go search it on ia if you really want to watch somebody die while benching
i swear i am never benching outside of a rack again. jeez.


I bench inside the rack but I can't put the safety pins at the correct height for me because the gap between the holes is too great. They either sit too high (and get in the way during reps), or sit too low and do nothing if I failed a rep.

After seeing the comments I decided not to watch the video. uhoh.gif

post #20411 of 47758
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Originally Posted by maplefuturist View Post


I bench inside the rack but I can't put the safety pins at the correct height for me because the gap between the holes is too great. They either sit too high (and get in the way during reps), or sit too low and do nothing if I failed a rep.


After seeing the comments I decided not to watch the video. uhoh.gif

Put blocks/boards/plates under the bench feet to raise it to the appropriate height. Make sure it's stable.
post #20412 of 47758
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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post

I dunno if you guys use a ton of supplements but I found this wholesaler that sells crazy shit in bulk everything from creatine, ketones, stevia, melatonin and a looooong list of shit I can't comprehend for decent prices, without filler.  IN essence you could just concoct your own pre work out drink.

Holy shit, that looks dangerous.
post #20413 of 47758
Failed a couple times on DL at 275lbs and gave up. Had done 3 x 265lbs last week. Had been using slippers but forgot them at home so had to use sneakers - not good.

Could get the bar about half a foot off the floor and then didnt have the power to get it up the rest of the way. Probably lack of quad strength.
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post #20415 of 47758
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Originally Posted by Axelman 17 View Post

Failed a couple times on DL at 275lbs and gave up. Had done 3 x 265lbs last week. Had been using slippers but forgot them at home so had to use sneakers - not good.
Could get the bar about half a foot off the floor and then didnt have the power to get it up the rest of the way. Probably lack of quad strength.
Could have also gone barefoot?
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